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In the Studio: Matthew Brown, New ED Director for Santa Fe

Recently hired city Economic Development Director Matthew Brown sat down with KSFR's Julian Paras and Dylan Syverson to discuss his background and what he hopes to contribute in shaping Santa Fe's economic future. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/ds-jp-mbrown623.mp3

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SFe Fashion Week Brings Haute Couture to the High Desert

The 6th annual Santa Fe Fashion Week was held earlier this month at the Drury Plaza Hotel. KSFR's Derrick Toledo spoke with the show's organizers and models to learn about Santa Fe's status as an up-and-coming fashion haven. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/dt-fashionwk.mp3

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We open with some breaking news out of South Texas concerning an 84-year-old  former priest who was once employed by the Santa Fe Archdiocese after being treated at a New Mexico center for pedophile priests.

A short time ago in Gallup, not far away… Star Wars saw its 40th official translation.

In 2013, the Navajo Nation Museum worked with Lucasfilm to translate and dub the original film, now known as Episode IV: A New Hope, into the Navajo language. The cultural preservation project was completed in just a few months and debuted at Window Rock, Arizona, in July of that year. 

KSFR's Hannah Colton speaks with Melynn Schuyler and Heather Vigil of YouthWorks and Paige Kitson of Youth Shelters and Family Services about their work sheltering and providing skills training, among other services, for local young people.

Heart of Hardiness

May 23, 2017

KSFR's Ellen Berkovitch spoke to Paul Hooper, an evolutionary anthropologist at Santa Fe Institute. Dr. Hooper just concluded a 15-year project studying the indigenous Tsimane people of Bolivia, who have the healthiest hearts on the planet.

Our feature story today follows the second class of a seven-session training for prospective New Mexico women political candidates through Emerge New Mexico — part of a national movement called Emerge america. Last week Hillary Clinton’s new political group, Onward Together, announced that it chose Emerge America as one of the first five beneficiary organizations as that group works to support the resistance to President Donald Trump’s agenda.

Sen. Martin Heinrich sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee. I spoke to him Friday afternoon for his wrap of the rapid fire news cycle in and out of Washington DC last week and during the last 14 days since Sally Yates testified to Congress on May 8th and Pres. Trump fired FBI director James Comey May 9th. He also spoke about renewable energy jobs in New Mexico.

Gordon's Summer Concerts in Los Alamos is a free outdoor concert series that's been going on every summer for the past 27 years. The 28th year kicks off tonight with Cuban jazz pianist Chuchito Valdes at Overlook Park in White Rock.

Russ Gordon has organized and promoted the series from the beginning, and as he recently announced, 2017 will be his final year doing so. 

Gordon joined KSFR's Dylan Syverson on the air to talk about his wild 28-year ride as the premier music promoter up on the hill, and hint at what to expect from his final season and beyond.

This weekend, the band Hoops will make Meow Wolf a stop on their first full US tour, supporting their debut album Routines. Their music has been described as dream-pop and 80s retro, but as bassist Kevin Krauter tells KSFR's Dylan Syverson, they just call it fun.

Hoops' show at Meow Wolf on Sunday, May 21, will see support from PARTS and Santa Fe's own Treemotel. Doors open at 8 pm.

In the Studio: Gary Tennis of the NAMSDL

May 19, 2017

Last week, a memo from Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to light ordering federal prosecutors to seek the stiffest possible sentences for drug crimes, including nonviolent offenses.

Critics like Senators Rand Paul of Kentucky, Patrick Leahy of Vermont, and Jeff Merkley of Oregon say the move will be a money drain and cause prison populations to swell. Those lawmakers yesterday introduced a bill intended to rein in AG Sessions's actions by giving prosecutors broader powers of discretion in sentencing.


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Here and There with Dave Marash

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MONDAY June 19 - British Prime Minister Theresa May thought she was launching an easy victory tour when she called a snap election for Parliament. Instead she lost her party its majority and almost lost her job. AP’s London Bureau Chief Gregory Katz looks at what went wrong for May and what might happen next for the UK. TUESDAY June 20 - Report direct from Mosul by Tony Cheng of CGTN (the Chinese Government's English-language global news channel) WEDNESDAY June 21 - China has been busy...

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